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The Halton Region Community Investment Fund (HRCIF) supports non-profit
community health and social service programs aligned with
Halton Region is now accepting funding proposals for Category One (one-year
grants) and Category Two (multi-year grants) funding through the Halton Region
Community Investment Fund.
Information sessions are available for potential grant applicants.
To attend a session, please
register online or dial 311. Please RSVP by no later
than 12 p.m. on the day prior to the session you are attending.
Questions/answers and updates that have broad applicability to applicants may be
posted on our website throughout the call for proposal process. It is the
responsibility of the applicant to check this website on a regular basis.
October 14, 2015 – there are currently no updates.
As identified in section 1.11 of the Category One and Category Two Guidelines,
applicants that have questions about the application process or their funding
proposal are invited to contact a designated Regional staff. Responses which
have broad applicability to applicants may be posted on this section of our
One of the organizations in the collaborative must serve as
the lead applicant. Collaboratives may apply for a
Category One (one-year) and/or Category Two (multi-year grant) if the applicant
meets eligibility criteria.
An organization that submits a collaborative application for funding may not
submit a separate application in the same category of funding. For example, an
organization that applies as the lead applicant on a Category Two request may
not submit a separate Category Two application.
Organizations considering a collaborative application are asked to contact
Regional staff. Please contact John Versluis, Halton Region Community Investment
Fund at 905-825-6000 ext. 7510 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, one application per category of funding will be accepted from applicants
that meet eligibility criteria.
Yes, but the Halton Region Community Investment Fund will only fund
activities/expenses which directly support Halton residents. As identified in
Section 1.6 of the Category One and Category Two guidelines: “Applicants that are
not located in Halton may apply only if the request is focused on serving
Halton residents. The applicant must demonstrate that funds would be used solely
to provide services for Halton residents.”
Yes. As identified in section 1.6 of the Category One guidelines:
“Organizations acting in the capacity of a sponsor may also submit a separate
As identified in the Category One application form, the sponsor completes
Section 1 of the application and is the signatory in Section 5. The sponsor
submits their organizational documents as identified in Section 1.5 of the
Category One Guidelines. If approved for funding, the sponsor is responsible for
signing the funding agreement and administering funds, including requirements
related to insurance. As noted in Section 1.6 of the Category 1 Guidelines, both
“Sponsored and sponsoring organizations are strongly encouraged to contact a
designated Regional staff to discuss the proposal.”
Yes. As per section 1.1 of the Category One and Category Two Guidelines:
Organizations that were awarded a Category One or Category Two grant in 2015 are
eligible to apply for 2016 funding. If approved for funding, the applicant must
be in compliance with accountability requirements of the current grant in order
to receive 2016 funding. Organizations that received a multi-year (Category Two)
grant commitment in 2015 are eligible to apply for 2016 Category Two funding.
The request must be for a different program.
For problems or questions regarding this site, please email Halton
or dial 311 or 905-825-6000
Toll free 1-866-4HALTON (1-866-442-5866) | TTY: 905-827-9833
Halton Region is composed of
the City of Burlington,
the Town of Halton Hills,
the Town of Milton,
and the Town of Oakville .